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16 July 2016 By Andy Critchlow

President Tayyip Erdogan’s government survived an attempted military coup but has few reasons for triumphalism. Much-needed foreign capital is likely to flee, and all the faster if there are harsh reprisals. Economic damage risks making this key U.S. and EU ally less reliable.

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